Femaru M37 pistol explained

Field dismounting of the Femaru M37 pistol

- Femaru M37 in 9mm short (.38 ACP)
- Femaru M37 in 7.65mm short (.32 ACP)
- Removal of the magazine
- Locking of the slide at the dismounting notch
- Dismounting of the barrel
- Dismounting of the slide

Dismounting of the slide

- Dismounting of the extractor
- Dismounting of the firing pin
- Dismounting of the front sight

Dismounting of the frame (1)

- Dismounting of the holdopen latch
- Dismounting of the grip plates
- Dismounting of the lanyard ring
- Dismounting of the hammer

Dismounting of the frame (2)

- Removal of the hammer strut
- Dismounting of the magazine latch
- Dismounting of the grip safety
- Dismounting of the mainspring housing
- Reassembly tip

Dismounting of the frame (3)

- Dismounting of the sear
- Dismounting of the trigger bar
- Dismounting of the trigger

Dismounting of the frame (4)

- Dismounting of the disconnector and ejector
- Disassembly of the magazine
- Index of the parts (both models)

Functioning of the Femaru M37 (1)

- Chambering of a cartridge
- Inspection of the magazine lips
- Cartridge pushed against the feed ramp
- Cartridge rim engaged by the extractor claw
- Cocking of the hammer

Functioning of the Femaru M37 (2)

- Functioning of the trigger mechanism
- Camming action of the sear pivot pin
- Trigger bar deflected downwards
- Disconnection of the trigger bar

Functioning of the Femaru M37 (3)

- The grip safety explained
- Manual safety of the .32 ACP model

Functioning of the Femaru M37 (4)

- Firing cycle (explosion)
- Percussion of the cartridge primer
- Early stage of the slide recoil
- Extraction and ejection
- Slide retained by the holdopen latch

Reassembly of the frame

- Re-installation of the disconnector, ejector, and trigger
- Re-installation of the trigger bar
- Re-installation of the sear
- Re-installation of the mainspring housing
- Re-installation of the grip safety and lanyard ring
- Re-installation of the hammer and strut

The origins of the Femaru M37 pistol

- Rudolf Frommer (1868-1936)
- Frommer pistol model 1901
- Frommer pistol model 1906
- Frommer pistol model 1910
- Frommer STOP
- Frommer BABY (.32 ACP)
- Frommer LILIPUT (.25 ACP)

Evolution and production of the Femaru M37

- Frommer Model 29 pistol
- Femaru Model 37 pistol in .380 ACP
- Serial number ranges
- The C-prefix variation of the model 37M.
- Usual markings found on the .380 caliber version
- Femaru Model 37 pistol in .32 ACP
- First to fifth variants
- German markings
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